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    A tasty, lower sodium and sugar stir-fry that tastes especially like summer. It makes a lot (big family) so be prepared for that.

    Recipe #478480

    Trying to cut back on our sodium intake has been a fun challenge.

    Recipe #478477

    Light, healthy, quick and pretty yummy! I'm thinking next time to add some herbs to the fish as it cooks.

    Recipe #477860

    Tasty Fruity Goodness

    Recipe #408340

    Good, Healthy Eats. I like it with leftover london broil on top as a salad.

    Recipe #408339

    Healthy and tasty

    Recipe #408331

    Tasty and satisfying. Did you know that the protein from soybeans is complete? The only not meat-product to offer this benefit!

    Recipe #408292

    This recipe came from restaurant once in business in California's Inland Empire. They would share the recipe along as posted it in a cookbook that helped raise money for battered women. The recipe is tasty and has been used in our family for many years.

    Recipe #389771

    This recipe comes from a "Cooking for Two" recipe book my step mom has. It is definately not like traditional fried chicken, but is worth trying. It is so good and has been one of my favorites for years! The wheat germ as a delicately flavored sweet-nutty crunch and is a good source of vitamin E. I like to use sesame oil instead of vegetable oil and sometimes I use Italian bread crumbs instead of plain.

    Recipe #242569

    I do not know where my Dad got this recipe, but it is super easy and as delicious as it is colorful!

    Recipe #242563


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